A great question! Before I finalize the NSO Developer Days agenda and
share the details, I'd like to make a final call to get your input! Like
most things in life, Network Automation is not a trivial thing. Since
you are here you have probably decided tha...
Our next stop on the virtual NSO Developer Days tour will be Asia
Pacific, March 3 (at noon Singapore Time). We would like to make this a
special event and we are asking for your input. It may be a topic that
you think is challenging and still haven't got...
For those of you who are using Python for you code, knows that there is
only one way to be sure and it is to run the code. But how do you know
what parts of you code have been executed?! I do very often put in print
statements and look at the output and v...
Join us and an amazing line-up of speakers at NSO Developer Days on
Wednesday, December 16from 9 to 11 am PT. NSO customers and experts will
be live and answering questions during the two-hour event. Register now,
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come together and give a helping hand to UNICEF. The program will run
until January 31st or up to a maximum donation of $10,000 USD, whichever
comes first. At the same time, you will ma...
NSO Developer Days U.S. is a virtual live event for all of you! If you
have not yet signed up and need 5 more good reasons to attend you should
read this blog Do you want to share your developer experience at future
events or have ideas on an interesting ...
I am the NSO Technical Evangelist in the NSO BU. I have started a series
I am calling "Learn by Doing", which I take one topic to learn and one
use case (as simple as possible, and as focused as possible) and create
a repo with some simple explanation tha...
We officially have NSO as a Cisco Ansible collection, aligning to the
new way Ansible handles non-core modules:
https://galaxy.ansible.com/cisco/nso If you have issues or pull requests
you can open them on the following collection repo:
Hank Preston and Jason Belk presented at Network Field Day 23 to a
network engineer audience. Jason shared his personal journey from
network engineer to automation evangelist, and how Cisco Network
Services Orchestrator (NSO) drew him deeper into automati...
Previous instalments of this blog post series have covered requirements
(parts I and II) and baselining, profiling/optimising and monitoring
(part III). In this final part we will discuss some architectures you
may want to consider as your system grows in...
In part I and part II of this blog, we have been discussing scale and
performance requirements. In this third instalment we are going to look
at baselining, profiling, optimising and monitoring scale and
performance. Baselining Scale and Performance You h...
In part I of our Unlocking Performance in your NSO System blog we
started discussing scale and performance requirements, including Size of
device configuration Number of service instances Frequency of operation
Interactive or batch operation Here will we ...
Whether you are a new customer to the NSO product, or an established
customer with hundreds of thousands of devices managed by NSO one of the
key considerations is how do I get NSO to scale as I need it to in my
environment in order to maximize my ROI fro...
Dear All, Referring to "NSO Access Control - Role-based and
Resource-based Access" session, which was presented in Cisco NSO
Developer Days 2020 (Virtual) event, I share the external authentication
script that was used for the actual NSO demonstrations sh...
Hi all, during the compile of Juniper NED, I encounter an issue from Erlang compiler.It looks like, that Erlang cannot find a file.The directory is owned by user root inside a Docker container. Maybe someone has a hint to fix it. OS: ...
Dear all, May someone help please ? How can i add an entry into an ip access-list before an already existing enrty or to the first place, via CLI ? This is for cisco-IOS-NED. not ASA-NED.. for example i want to- add "permit 18.104.22.168" as first ent...
So we have a service has defined some Python callbacks. They work fine, except that during an NSO restart that included a package revision upgrade we encountered this: <CRIT> 11-Jan-2021::21:00:03.007 nso-netlab ncs: - no registration foun...